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It is still green on my land 11 by Momina Muhammad

It is still green on my land 11 by Momina Muhammad

A RARE MOSUL COMBINATION-LOCK CASKET,SIGNED BY MUHAMMAD AL-BAGHDADI, NORTHERN MESOPOTAMIA, 13TH

A RARE MOSUL COMBINATION-LOCK CASKET,SIGNED BY MUHAMMAD AL-BAGHDADI, NORTHERN MESOPOTAMIA, 13TH

It is still green on my land 20 by Momina Muhammad

It is still green on my land 20 by Momina Muhammad

In 1882 Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi IV, Nawāb of Bahawalpur, anonymously commissioned a bed in rosewood covered with about a third of a ton of chased and engraved sterling silver from La Maison Christofle in Paris. The bedposts were four life-size automatons, nude (though bewigged) female figures representing European types, powered by four crank-wound spring mechanisms in their pedestals.

Maharaja Sadiq Muhammad Khan V had a bed made of silver with 4 anamatron woman who could fan the king. The statuettes had real human hair and represented woman from 4 nations. All was hand covered in silver and gold accents.

Female buraq, Lombok, Indonesia (20th c.)  In Muslim communities of Lombok, traditional ceremonial processions use litters or palanquins outfitted with a decorative seat, including the buraq, the steed that carried Muhammad to heaven [Johnson Museum of Art]

miguelbonneville: “ Female buraq, Lombok, Indonesia c.) In Muslim communities of Lombok, traditional ceremonial processions use litters or palanquins outfitted with a decorative seat, including.

An Ottoman Wooden Chest, 19th Century (Bir Osmanlı Ahşap Sandık, 19.YY)

An Ottoman Wooden Chest, Century (Bir Osmanlı Ahşap Sandık,

Treasure box from the collection of Albert Seba Ceylon (Portugese colony),17th century Ivory, wood; silver, carved, chased. 20.5 x 15 x 14.5 cm © State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

Treasure box from the collection of Albert Seba Ceylon (Portugese century Ivory, wood; x 15 x cm © State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

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